Lee Stephen Mead
Not that this page needs explaining, but if you're new to all things Mead this is the place to start. Discover how he came to the forefront of British entertainment on the ADWD Story, then follow his career through his Biography. Find out about his music and whatever else he's up to .... it's all here....
if we can keep up with him :)
See Lee in action - his most memorable performances on film
Get to know Lee, once you've discovered how we discovered him!
Has it really been that long ago when a gorgeous, curly-headed young man with an amazing voice captivated the UK and beyond?
Walk down memory lane in the Summer of 2007 with this re-cap of the series that introduced
Lee Mead to the UK and then to the world.
Both Sides Now
Evolving from the West End Men, these 2 became the best of friends and have ventured out on a new musical project together 'Both Sides Now'. Stephen Rahman-Hughes also a talented West End Veteran brings his bubbly personality and Jazz tones to this joint gig to compliment Lee's soulful song styling.
Look out for their continued collaboration from time to time!
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When not pursuing his own acting career, planning his new album and performing in concerts, he'll take on other projects - The West End Men was a dynamic show, with beautifully arranged vocals from top male West End leading men, Stephen Rahman-Hughes (Rock of Ages, Bombay Dreams) and Ramin Karimloo (Phantom, Les Mis), among other guests.
See the fantastic review under 'Experiences' and have a look back at the exciting trailer!
2016 - Some Enchanted Evening
Another Collaboration with Mason Neely, this time on the classics from the golden MGM film era. The Album was released February 2016 and is available on Amazon.
2012 - Love Songs
Lee took over production of his third studio album, working with his brilliant musical director, Mason Neeley to craft his most intimate and personal album so far. We fell in love all over again!
2009 - Nothing Else Matters
He astonished us anew with his second studio album in which he continued to hone his unique sound and included two co-written original songs, among our favourite tracks.
2007 - Lee Mead
His debut album, featuring his stunning voice on a new arrangement of 'Paint it Black' among other classics and a new song from Gary Barlow. As always, his way of interpreting each song blew us away